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April 28, 2017 View email in browser
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Growing Hare Krishna congregation to open $3.6 million temple in Baltimore County

An estimated 2,000 people from around the world will be on hand this weekend as New Kulina Bram Dam, also known as ISKCON of Baltimore, spends three days celebrating the opening of its brand-new sanctuary, a $3.6 million, three-story, 12,000-square-foot temple designed to accommodate a thousand worshippers.
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Eight things to know about Ravens first-round draft pick Marlon Humphrey

Here’s what you need to know about the face of the Ravens’ rookie class More: Mike Preston’s take
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The highlight of the Ravens’ first-round draft pick: the fist pump punctuating it

T.J. Owuanibe is known as “the kid with the football” at Children’s National Hospital in Washington. On Thursday night, he became known for a lot more.
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Three taken to hospitals after carbon monoxide leak in Savage

Three people were taken to hospitals after a carbon monoxide leak in business in Savage, Howard County fire officials said.
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After three months, cause of Malone fire in Baltimore ruled ‘undetermined’

Despite more than three months of work, Baltimore fire investigators have been unable to determine the cause of the fire that killed six children in Northeast Baltimore in January, the Fire Department said.
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MTA still won’t release or allow review of Mondawmin unrest footage two years later, claiming it would compromise security

When police and residents squared off near the Mondawmin Metro station two years ago — precipitating one of the most consequential riots in modern American history — it was captured on video by a network of cameras. What the footage shows, however, is still a secret.
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NOAA investigating spate of humpback whale deaths, including two in Maryland waters

Biologists are investigating an unusual number of humpback whale deaths along the Atlantic Coast since the beginning of 2016, including six in recent months at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay or on the Delmarva Peninsula.
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Hogan orders study of racial disparities in Maryland medical marijuana industry

Gov. Hogan orders study of racial disparities in medical marijuana industry
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After shaky rehab start, Orioles starter Tillman says he’s ready to return to majors

The pitching line from Chris Tillman’s third minor league rehabilitation start wasn’t pretty, but the Orioles right-hander said he accomplished all he wanted
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Chefs with Md. roots cook, live it up in California

Take a pinch of adventure, add a dash of wanderlust and mix in opportunity. Blend in a passion for deliciousness and what does the recipe yield? For Duff Goldman, Michael Voltaggio and Ryan Coffey, the dish might be called California dreamin’.
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